Castor Oil

(Edgar Cayce Protocol) Single Origin Detox / Circulation / Repair
500ml (16.9 fl. oz.)

Castor Oil, an extensively tested and trusted Plant Medicine. Though mainly known as one of Edgar Cayce's most famous remedies, Castor Oil has a long history of traditional medical use dating back to the ancient world. For centuries, at the first sign of illness, many parents would immediately turn to give their children Castor Oil either topically or internally to naturally boost immune function and speed up healing. Castor Oil is Ancient Purity in action.

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Ancient Purity proudly presents and Ancient Remedy... Castor Oil is an unsaturated fatty acid, a ricinoleic acid found in castor oil has many healing abilities, Traditionally used internally as a laxative, externally as a Castor Oil Pack placed on the skin to increase circulation, promote elimination and healing of the tissues and organs. Its used to stimulate the liver, relieve pain, increase lymphatic circulation, reduce inflammation, and improve digestion. Castor Oil really is a must, a multi-benefical health tool. Ancient, proven and still relevent today.

Folk healers worldwide have used castor oil to treat a wide variety of health conditions for thousands of years. The use of castor oil goes as far back as the ancient Egyptians, who used it to treat eye irritations and as a powerful natural skin care remedy. In India, castor oil has been prized for its skin-healing, digestive-soothing, anti-bacterial properties and is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine practices. Derived from the seeds of the castor bean plant (Ricinus communis), records show that many years ago the plant was referred to as “Palma Christe” because the shape of the plant’s leaves were said to resemble the palm of Christ. So give this ancient remedy a go, theres a page of info but there are actually many books written on this incredible Oil, but have a read through of our summary below and see what comes to light.

Castor Oil (The Edgar Cayce Protocol) – Information & Points to Research

  • Clean, traceable single source origin.
  • Essential Natural Health Product - Multi Benefit.
  • Supports the Lymphatic System.
  • Increases Circulation.
  • Helps prevent growth of bacteria, yeasts and moulds, Antiviral.
  • Fights skin disorders and infections.
  • Helps against ringworm, keratoses, skin inflammation, abrasions and fungal infections.
  • Promotes health over acne.
  • Vital in helping hair grow.
  • Can reduce itching and swelling on the skin.
  • Typically used in easing constipation.
  • Ideal for hydrating chapped lips.
  • Reduces painful sunburns.
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Castor Oil Explained

Folk healers worldwide have used Castor Oil to treat a wide variety of health conditions for thousands of years. The use of Castor Oil goes as far back as the ancient Egyptians, who used it to treat eye irritations and as a powerful natural skin care remedy. In India, Castor Oil has been praised for its skin-healing, digestive-soothing, anti-bacterial properties and is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine practices. Derived from the seeds of the castor bean plant (Ricinus communis), records show that many years ago the plant was referred to as “Palma Christe” because the shape of the plant’s leaves were said to resemble the palm of Christ. And as the story goes, the hand of Christ would heal anyone he touched. Throughout history, Castor Oil’s most popular use has been for treating skin infections, lowering constipation and boosting the appearance of hair health, but research has shown that Castor Oil has even more important applications for supporting the immune system. Castor Oil is capable of increasing white blood cells and the count of T-11 cells (A type of special white blood cells that act like antibodies) produced within the body’s lymphocytes.

Many of Castor Oil’s benefits come down to its chemical composition. It’s classified as a type of triglyceride fatty acid, and almost 90% of its fatty acid content is a specific and rare compound called ricinoleic acid. Castor Oil is considered to be pretty unique because ricinoleic acid is not found in many other substances, and it’s such a dense, concentrated source. It is produced by cold-pressing the seeds and subsequent clarification of the oil by heat. Aside from its primary constituent, ricinoleic acid, Castor Oil also contains certain beneficial salts and esters that function primarily as skin-conditioning agents. At the same time, they help stabilise the texture and consistency of products, which is why Castor Oil is used in so many cosmetics, hair and skin-care treatments. According to the International Journal of Toxicology, Castor Oil and hydrogenated Castor Oil reportedly were used in 769 and 202 cosmetic products, respectively, during the time of analysis in 2002! Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil is the name given to the type of Castor Oil used in cosmetics, which you might find listed on the ingredient label, especially in lipsticks.

Safe, Natural and Effective

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A Supernatural Oil

One of the major reasons castor oil has strong immune-enhancing effects is because it supports the body’s lymphatic system. The most significant role of the lymphatic system, which is spread throughout the whole body in small tubular structures, is that it absorbs and removes excess fluids, proteins and waste materials from our cells. Lymph nodes located within these tubes act like the body’s natural filters for toxins, and they also pump out antibodies when we’re sick to keep foreign proteins or bacteria at bay. If you’ve ever had an enlarged lymph node in your neck or near your genitals, for example, this is a sign that a high level of antibodies are being released in order to fight an infection near that area.

When the lymphatic system isn’t working properly, this can eventually lead to the failure of many healthy cells and possibly degeneration and destruction of organs. For example, poor lymphatic drainage of the heart is linked to tissue damage, which can add to or worsen heart issues. Aside from capturing leaking fluid from our tissues that contain waste, increasing function of the circulation system and helping create defensive antibodies for the immune system, the lymphatic system also helps absorb lingering fat molecules within the small intestine. In fact, a large percentage of all the fat absorbed from the gut requires the help of the lymphatic system. Some fat molecules remain unabsorbed because they’re essentially too large to move from the small to large intestine. This means they can be released into the lymphatic system and then into the bloodstream, where they can be carried throughout the body to be used for fuel.

Castor Oil Boosts Circulation

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Proper blood flow and immunity go hand in hand. When the lymphatic system fails (Or oedema develops, which is the retention of fluid and toxins), it’s much more likely someone will become chronically ill. The circulatory system is responsible for pumping blood to and from the heart, where it moves oxygen throughout the body through small arteries and tiny vessels called capillaries.

Within microscopic tubular structures held in the lungs, blood exchanges oxygen and nutrients for cellular waste. This process is crucial for keeping us alive, bringing oxygen to our cells and detoxing our bodies. Castor Oil naturally increases our body’s blood circulation which assists speeding up the wound-healing process. The oil also has powerful antimicrobial, antibacterial and antifungal properties that might stop the progression of pimples, blemishes and irritated skin from developing.

Castor Oil Uses

Immune Function... Castor oil is believed to improve lymphatic drainage, blood flow, thymus gland health and other immune system functions. Research has shown that patients who use abdominal castor oil packs have significant increases in the production of lymphocytes compared with patients using placebo packs. Lymphocytes are the immune system’s natural “disease-fighters” that attack outside invaders such as toxins, bacteria and other perceived threats. Castor oil helps with the production of proper levels of lymphocytes, which are released and stored within the lymphatic tissue from the thymus gland, spleen, lymph nodes and tissue that lines the small intestine. The lymphatic system also impacts the circulatory and digestive systems, which is why castor oil has benefits for helping you detox, supporting heart health and healing digestive issues like constipation, too. Castor oil is hydrolyzed in the small intestine by pancreatic enzymes, leading to the release of glycerol and ricinoleic acid, along with other beneficial metabolites.

Skin Infections and Wounds... As you probably already know, beauty is more than skin deep; the health of your skin is often a reflection of the health of your gut, immune system and hormonal balance. The real price of beauty is steep, and loading your skin with chemical ingredients found in store-bought skin care products usually only makes the irritation worse. Castor oil is completely natural and synthetic-free, yet it can be directly absorbed through the skin, resulting in several positive outcomes for skin’s appearance. First and foremost, circulation and blood flow increase, which helps the body better fight infections and heal wounds. Castor oil also works like a natural antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial agent that targets the underlying causes of skin disorders. Lymph flow also improves with castor oil use, which can help speed up the removal of cellular-related toxins and therefore lowers levels of swelling, redness and inflammation at the root of most diseases.

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Castor Oil Continued Uses

Hormones and Improve Libido... Enhancing the absorption of fat molecules within the digestive tract is essential for the formation of healthy hormones. That’s what makes castor oil consumption a way to balance hormones naturally. Also with less floating toxins present within and around cells, coupled with better blood flow, sex organ function works more efficiently and people experience less PMS symptoms, fatigue, mood swings and depression.

Skin Solution... As a natural antibacterial agent, castor oil works similarly to coconut oil for healing skin. It also makes a great skin moisturiser, anti-inflammatory blemish treatment, and can delay the signs of ageing like wrinkles since it helps increase collagen and elastin production. If you want to heal acne forever, you need to get to the source of the problem. The ricinoleic acid found in castor oil makes it a great natural home remedy for fighting mild acne. As it penetrates deep into the skin, it fights bacteria overgrowth that can clog pores, while softening and hydrating irritated skin at the same time. It also works to solve deeper issues causing breakouts, like hormonal imbalances and an unhealthy balance of bacteria within the gut.

Improve your Skin with Castor Oil

  • Natural acne treatment: This is beneficial long-term, dap castor oil onto the affected area with a clean cotton swab. 
  • Breakout Prevention: Wash your face open up the pores and then massage the oil into your face, leave it on overnight, rinse in the morning.
  • Skin Hydration: Mix 1/4 cup Castor Oil and 3/4 cup Coconut Oil, apply to your body and face.
  • Moisturiser for normal or oily skin: 1/4 cup of Castor Oil with Olive Oil, gently massage dry skin, then dap off any excess using a clean towel. Allow the treatment to soak in overnight and then rinse in the morning.
  • Face Mask: 1 teaspoon of Castor Oil with one egg yolk. Apply the mixture to your face for 10–15 minutes, then clean your face.
  • Sunburn: Apply castor oil mixed with coconut oil (in proportion 1:1) to the affected area, this can also be a natural lip balm to solve chapped or sun-burnt lips.
  • Something else to consider is that Castor Oil can enhance the transdermal penetration of other chemicals, so it’s a good idea to only use Castor Oil along with other natural ingredients that you happy to fully absorbing into your skin.

Castor Oil Gives

Nail Health / Moles and Cysts... Castor Oil works well as a toenail fungus treatment. For the same reason, it helps fight acne, it might get rid of persistent fungal infections, moles and cysts. Traditionally, the method used was to apply a small amount of castor oil with a pinch of baking soda to the infected area. When ingested, castor oil also works internally to balance gut bacteria and reduce lingering toxins, yeast or moulds that can cause fungus to develop in the first place.

Regularity... Castor Oil works like a natural mild laxative when taken orally and helps with straining during defecation and feeling of complete evacuation after a bowel movement. Its active ingredient ricinoleic acid gets released in the intestine, where it helps with the process of digestion, nutrient absorption and cleansing the system helping you use the toilet regularly. With better circulation and lymphatic drainage, the small intestine becomes more efficient at fat absorption and removing bad bacteria or toxins, which makes castor oil perfect for natural constipation relief. The gut environment can become more balanced in terms of having more “good bacteria” and less “bad” that interfere with proper bowel movements. A healthier gut can lower constipation, cramping, bloating (oedema), leaky gut syndrome and possibly other symptoms of IBS.

Joint Support... Castor Oil is often used a natural option for arthritis pain, joint swelling and inflammation. It has natural anti-inflammatory properties that make it an ideal massage oil that can be applied to aching joints, muscles or tissue. Try massaging painful areas with castor oil followed by a hot water pack to increase absorption and drainage. Practising this process twice weekly can give you the most pain-reducing results.

Helps Strong, Shiny Hair Grow Faster... Just like coconut oil benefits your hair, using castor oil can help your hair grow faster, thicker, stronger, shinier and free of dandruff. Besides the fact that castor oil has omega-6 fatty acids to make hair shine, it goes to the root of the problem and improves circulation. Massage slightly warmed-up castor oil into your hair and scalp, and it will improve the blood circulation to your follicles, which speeds up hair growth. You can try making a homemade hair mask by massaging the oil into your roots and spreading it all over your hair, tying up your hair and covering it with a cap, then leaving the oil on overnight before washing it out. Keep in mind that castor oil also has antifungal and antibacterial properties that can help clear up dandruff and scalp infections. Mix one tablespoon of castor oil with one tablespoon of olive oil and add the juice of half a lemon, apply the mask on the roots of your hair for about 30 minutes, and then rinse out with shampoo. Castor Oil in conjunction with Organic Eggs and Organic Honey is an essential protocol in Ancient Puritys Hair Program, Castor oil contains the amino acid ricinoleic. It has the ability to penetrate into the scalp and hair follicles to work its magic. Castor oil helps to regulate the pH level of the scalp while eliminating dandruff and protecting the hair from damaging environmental factors... If using alone follow the instructions set out in the Suggested use section of this page.

Ancient Remedy for the Modern World

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Using Castor Oil

The dosage of Castor Oil taken internally depends on what you’re using it for, along with your age, existing medical conditions and response to laxative-type treatments. Read the package directions carefully when purchasing a castor oil pack. Be careful not to increase your dose above the recommended amount, start slowly and don’t take it for more than seven days consecutively unless you’re told to do so by your doctor. Normally, the dosage set for adults is one teaspoon once a day on an empty stomach. This amount is useful for regulating bowel movements and improving blood flow, and lesser doses might help to maintain general health. However, before taking it regularly and for extended periods of time, check with your doctor about any interactions. For children, the common dosage is half of one teaspoon once per day. Castor Oil is classified by the Food and Drug Administration as generally recognised as safe for both topical and internal use, and is recognised as effective for use as a stimulant laxative. 

The Joint Food and Agriculture Organisation/World Health Organisation Expert Committee on Food Additives established an acceptable daily Castor Oil intake for adults of up to 0.7 milligrams/kilograms body weight. Its active ingredients are considered acute (short-lasting) and nontoxic. Some studies have even found that castor oil at concentrations up to 10% of total calorie intake in the diet of rats was not toxic. That being said, taking too much is definitely a risk and can cause digestive issues like diarrhoea or cramping, among other problems. Some people experience nausea and signs of mild irritation in their gut lining when taking castor oil, although this isn’t common and is usually the case with pregnant women. Pregnant women, in general shouldn’t take Castor Oil without speaking with their doctors first since it can induce labour. When it comes to using it topically on your skin, the risks are very low considering it’s free from common allergens, synthetic chemicals, drying ingredients or other irritants. Castor Oil doesn’t commonly result in allergies, skin sensitivities or act like a photosensitizer, according to human clinical tests. However, it’s still best to start slowly and perform a skin patch test on a small area of your skin before applying larger amounts, and also keep it away from your eyes and inside your nose, babies and pets.

Castor Oil - Edgar Cayce's most famous Remedy

Castor Oil is an unsaturated fatty acid, a ricinoleic acid found in castor oil has many healing abilities, Traditionally used internally as a laxative, externally as a Castor Oil Pack placed on the skin to increase circulation, promote elimination and healing of the tissues and organs. Its used to stimulate the liver, relieve pain, increase lymphatic circulation, reduce inflammation, and improve digestion.

Big Minds on Castor Oil

Just think about Castor Oil like in the following Quote: “Psychotherapy, unlike Castor Oil, which will work no matter how you get it down, is useless when forced on an uncooperative patient. -  Abigail Van Buren“

Look To Nature for Healing

Though mainly known as one of Edgar Cayce's most famous remedies, Castor Oil has a long history of traditional medical use dating back to the ancient world. For centuries, at the first sign of illness, many parents would immediately turn to give their children castor oil either topically or internally to naturally boost immune function and speed up healing.

Castor Oil… Closing Thoughts

Castor oil is the usual name for the oil extracted from the seeds of the plant (Ricinus communis L.). Ancient Purity’s Castor Oil is Cold-Pressed, which means the oil is obtained from the seeds by pressing and crushing them without using heat. Only Cold-Pressed Castor Oil provides a range of health and beauty properties. When ingested, Castor Oil is broken down into ricinoleic acid that functions by decreasing absorption of salts and fluid in the small intestine (The bowel’s upper part). This increases the stools’ water content, making them gentles and less difficult to pass. In addition, castor oil stimulates movement in the intestines which will help to pass the stools. In recent years, more and more beauty fans have started praising Castor Oil as a natural remedy for hair growth. An age-old remedy long used in traditional medicine, Castor Oil is also said to moisturise the scalp, reduce dandruff, and leave your hair shiny and smooth.

Sourced from the Castor Bean (Ricinus communis), this ancient oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, a kind of fatty acid that helps to combat inflammatory conditions.  When Castor Oil is applied to the scalp, it’s purported to improve the health of hair follicles and, in turn, support hair growth (As well as decreasing hair loss). If you are thinking of using Castor Oil fighting hair-loss, bear in mind that hair-loss might be a sign of an underlying health issue. Therefore, it is important talking to your health practitioner as soon as possible should you experience unexplained hair-loss. While research continues to investigate more potential health-improving properties, Castor Oil is considered safe if you use it as directed, and the oil can be found in a wide range of hair and skin care products available today. You can apply Castor Oil directly on your skin or consume it orally in modest amounts. Some people like to use “Castor Oil Packs.” (See our “Suggested Use” section for detailed information). Castor oil packs are created of flannel soaked in Castor Oil. Next the affected area should be covered with a soaked piece of flannel.

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  • Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis) 100% Natural.
  • Cold pressed from the bean. Certified Soil Association Organic
  • Produced to ecological standards, free from agro-chemicals, non irradiated and GMO-Free.
  • Can be taken Internally / Topically / apply to Hair. There are so many uses for Castor Oil and the dosage is different for each one and depending on whether you’re male, female or child. With regards to this, we suggest you take some time doing Castor Oil online research..... Or use it as directed by your healthcare practitioner or from a book. We recommend looking into Edgar Cacye's directions for using it. Do not exceed the recommended dose. However, below we’ll explain how to make a Castor Oil pack.
  • Castor Oil packs are made by soaking a piece of flannel in Castor Oil and placing it on the skin. The flannel is covered with a sheet of plastic, and then a hot water bottle is placed over the plastic to heat the pack.

A Castor Oil pack can be placed on the following body regions: The right side of the abdomen to stimulate the liver; inflamed and swollen joints, bursitis, and muscle strains; the abdomen to relieve constipation and other digestive disorders; the lower abdomen in cases of menstrual irregularities and uterine and ovarian cysts.

Safety Precautions: If Pregnant, breastfeeding, or during menstrual flow DO NOT USE Castor Oil.


  • Three layers of undyed wool or cotton flannel large enough to cover the affected area.
  • Castor Oil.
  • Plastic wrap cut 1 - 2" larger than the flannel (can be cut from a plastic bag).
  • Hot water bottle.
  • Container with lid.
  • Old clothes and sheets. Castor oil will stain clothing and bedding.

Place the flannel in the container. Soak it in Castor Oil so that it is saturated, but not dripping. Place the pack over the affected body part. Cover with plastic. Place the hot water bottle over the pack. Leave it on for 45-60 minutes. Rest while the pack is in place. After removing the pack, cleanse the area with a dilute solution of water and baking soda. Store the pack in the covered container in the refrigerator. Each pack may be reused up to 25-30 times.

It is generally recommended that a Castor Oil pack be used for 3 to 7 days in a week to treat a health condition or for detoxification.

  • Hair Re-Store Protocol / Loss Prevention


  • 1 Organic Real Free Range Egg from local happy Chickens.
  • 1 tablespoon of Organic Honey from cared for Bees, local.
  • 2 tablespoons of Ancient Purity Castor Oil.


  • Pour all of the ingredients into a mixing bowl and stir well. You may need to increase depending on the length of your hair.
  • Apply to the scalp and roots of the hair. Next, apply the remaining mixture to the rest of your hair.
  • Cover your hair with a shower cap and let the paste soak into your hair and scalp for 4 hours.
  • Rinse your hair with cold / lukewarm water (preferably using a Water Filter).
  • Repeat this 2 times week for 3 months.
  • Size: 500ml (16.9 fl. oz.).
  • Origin: India.
  • Extraction/ Production Method: Cold Pressing.
  • Container: Glass Bottle.
  • Estimated shelf life from purchase: 1 - 2 years.
  • Storage: Keep it in a closed cabinet, dry, room temperature. Close the cap, keep out of reach of children.

Q – Is it true that castor oil can help with granulated eyelids?
A – I recommend adding some Bicarbonate of Soda to Castor Oil. Next, you should put a tiny dab of the mixture on the growth. It worked for one of my friends. She told me: "The growth got pretty sore and irritated for 3 days, then it fell off, and never again it has returned. Not even leaving a scar."

Q – Is castor oil truly good for hair growth?
A - Even though there isn’t any concrete scientific evidence that directly links hair growth and castor oil, all hope is not lost. Castor Oil’s ricinoleic acid aids locking in moisture while supporting a healthy and clean scalp, these are essential to hair growth. So if it’s your goal to grow super long hair, there’s absolutely no reason for not using Castor Oil setting yourself up for success.

Q – How I know the oil was cold-pressed?
A – Always make sure you check the bottle’s label. There are various types of this oil and the label should indicate if it is cold-pressed. I guarantee that Ancient Purity Castor Oil is cold-pressed. 

Q – How should I use castor oil to clean my stomach?
A - Add three tablespoon of cold-pressed Castor Oil to a glass of fresh orange juice, mix and drink the whole glass fast. Wait for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes you should drink 1 one glass of hot or warm water and wait for another 15 minutes.  Next, drink two glasses of warm water.

Scientific Articles

Medical News Today - Benefits of castor oil for the face and skin

Science.Org - Just a spoonful of castor oil

Edgar Cayce Health Care - Castor Oil Stories: Fingers and Eyes and Castor Oil

Supporting Scientific Research

  1. Bassam NE. Energy Plant Species: Their Use and Impact on Environment and Development. Routledge; 2013.
  2. Kazeem O, Taiwo O, Kazeem A, et al. Determination of some physical properties of castor (Ricirus communis) oil. Int J Sci Eng Technol. 2014;3(12):1503–1508.
  3. Fernandes KV, Deus-de-Oliveira N, Godoy MG, et al. Simultaneous allergen inactivation and detoxification of castor bean cake by treatment with calcium compounds. Braz J Med Biol Res. 2012;45(11):1002–1010.
  4. Rios, I.C.; Cordeiro, J.P.; Arruda, T.B.M.G.; Rodrigues, F.E.A.; Uchoa, A.F.J.; Luna, F.M.T.; Cavalcante, C.L., Jr.; Ricardo, N.M.P.S. Chemical modification of castor oil fatty acids (Ricinus communis) for biolubricant applications: An alternative for Brazil’s green market. Ind. Crop. Prod. 2020, 145, 112000.
  5. Sturtevant, D.; Romsdahl, T.B.; Yu, X.-H.; Burks, D.J.; Azad, R.K.; Shanklin, J.; Chapman, K.D. Tissue-specific differences in metabolites and transcripts contribute to the heterogeneity of ricinoleic acid accumulation in Ricinus communis L. (castor) seeds. Metabolomics 2019, 15, 6.


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